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How to choose a custom printing process for first aid kit?


The three most common printing processes used on Kebon first aid kits are screen printing, heat transfer printing and self-adhesive printing. These three printing processes are applied to different first aid kits for different requirements and characteristics.

Silk screen printing uses a fine mesh made of silk to cover the printing plate, and through the pressure of the ink, the ink is printed on the surface of the printed object through the mesh. With strong ink coverage, the printing effect is colourful and not easy to fade.

There is no restriction on the size and shape of the first aid kit, and it is not easily affected by ultraviolet rays. Single-colour printing is inexpensive, large or small quantities can be, multi-colour printing, platemaking costs are more expensive is not suitable for large quantities. Silk-screen printing is fast in single-colour printing and slow in multi-colour printing.

Heat transfer printing is similar to hot stamping, its process characteristics limitations can not print EVA material first aid kit. The pattern level is rich, colourful, small colour difference, not easy to fade. Printing speed, applicable to large quantities.

Self-adhesive is a printing material, can be directly adhered to the surface of the first aid kit, mostly used in plastic first aid kits. Cheap price, stable quality and fast printing speed.<br />

Each of these three customised processes has its own characteristics, which can be chosen according to your own needs. Of course, there are other printing processes, but the first aid kit used less.

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